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P I N E

January 16th Live Performance
m i c c a

January 16th Live Performance

 

a perfomance
an installation 
a communal processing of grief 

p i n e for us

p i n e for time

 

I miss you dearly & think of you often

bury me & come back

drag me I’m dragging

Until you need to stop,

then stop

p i n e

 

I miss you dearly & think of you often

You inspire across distance & time

 

p i n e for us

p i n e for time

P I N E

a study in loss, grief, human endurance, and the fortitude of community.

conceived out of necessity to mourn in a time of compiling obstacles.

a communal processing of grief in a natural outdoor environment. Use of endless space supports viewer agency in how one chooses to gather, connect, and witness art.   P I N E is an opportunity and proof that we can gather safely, we can support positive health, and we can find hope.  

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WAS

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We just have to want to show up

P I N E in the Press

Brooklyn Rail Review

by Hallie Chametzky

"How should we make dances during a pandemic? How can we make dances as the world warms? How will we make dances when our neighbors and loved ones get sick and die from disease or climate disaster? P I N E, a new performance work by dance artist m i c c a, seeks answers."

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What our audience is saying

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Margo Sacerdote

"it felt like a collective witnessing and sharing in all of the feelings and experiences of the past couple years"